Paradise Palms is a Mid-Century Modern neighborhood in Las Vegas, Nevada, bounded by Golden Arrow to the north, Viking to the south, Maryland Parkway to the west, and Eastern to the east, surrounding what was once the Stardust Golf Course (today known as National Golf Course). The neighborhood was developed in the early 1960s by Irwin Molasky’s Paradise Development, which later built Las Vegas’ first indoor mall, the Boulevard Mall, on the western edge of Paradise Palms.
Join Paradise Palms on a two and a half hour guided tour aboard a double-decker, open-air bus while discussing the architecture and storied past of homes found throughout the Paradise Palms community. Guests will learn about the architecture, builders, and former celebrities and notable residents that helped define this community, and get to tour the inside of four private residences is included. Complimentary wine & beer are included.
Saturday October 12, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Departing from 3232 Pawnee Drive
Tickets for the enclosed main deck of the bus are $39.99
Top deck tickets are sold out.
Seating is extremely limited, advance registration required.